Colombia orders Uber to cease ride-hailing, cites competition rules violation

BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia on Friday ordered Uber <UBER.N> to cease its ride-hailing operations in the…

U.S. Justice Department and FCC fight state effort to block merger of Sprint, T-Mobile

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission filed in court on Friday…

France fines Google 150 million euros for opaque advertising rules

By Mathieu Rosemain PARIS (Reuters) – France’s competition watchdog fined Google 150 million euros ($167 million)…

Alphabet grants Pichai largest ever stock award, again

By Neha Malara and Munsif Vengattil (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc’s <GOOGL.O> newly instated Chief Executive Officer…

U.S. government study finds racial bias in facial recognition tools

By Jan Wolfe and Jeffrey Dastin (Reuters) – Many facial recognition systems misidentify people of color…

Amazon to raise U.S. fulfillment fees 3 percent for merchants next year

By Jeffrey Dastin (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc plans to raise the fees it charges merchants for…

Yandex shareholders approve governance changes to allay Kremlin fears

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Shareholders of Yandex, Russia’s biggest technology company, approved changes to its corporate governance…

Italy government to take into account security committee’s 5G views: official

ROME (Reuters) – The government will have to take into account the views of a parliamentary…

Tesla shares inch closer to Musk’s $420 take-private offer

(Reuters) – Shares of Tesla Inc <TSLA.O> hit a fresh record high for the third straight…

Graphic: For veteran Netflix shareholders, it’s been a very good decade

By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – For long-term shareholders of Netflix <NFLX.O>, the end of…

Twitter fixes glitch in its Android app

(Reuters) – Twitter Inc said on Friday it had fixed a vulnerability in its app for…

Booking.com agrees to EU demands to change travel offers

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission said on Friday that Booking.com had committed…